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Brewers Quay

Brewers Quay Hope Square, Weymouth DT4 8TR, England
+44 1305 788274
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Very sad to see how this place has declined over the years. Thankfully one antiques shop left... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
HeatherW1988
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Hungerford
Weymouth, Brewers Quay

We were very disappointed as when we went in July 2017 for 3 weeks we found Brewers Quay had been... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Greenham
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Under new management since April 2015! Back in February 2013 two local dealers decided to take a chance and look to re - open the then derelict Brewers Quay building. The building had over 100 leaks, rotten floors and needed a lot of re-wiring. Working alongside the owners, Brewers Quay Investments, Brewers Quay Emporium was open to the public by Easter 2013. Other traders followed including an Italian restaurant, a bar and a D-Day Museum. By September 2013 the Arts and Crafts Bazaar had been opened, a furniture village and a contemporary art gallery. With these all now open it meant that the Weymouth and Portland museum was reborn in January 2014. Today Brewers Quay offers a unique setting for over 120 traders dealing in antiques, collectables and gifts. The site also offers a cafe offering a range of sandwiches, cream teas, coffee and other drinks. Recently new plans have been put forward for this site to be redeveloped, however Brewers Quay Emporium has had its lease extended until September 2017. Any visitors not been for a while will find it has changed significantly, it is a retail outlet of antiques, collectables, retro and arts craft and gift ware. Gone are the time walk, deli shops etc. But we would hope any visitors who have a interest in reused and re-loved goods will enjoy this unique setting. If anyone wanting to view inside the building can go to Google Maps and view our tour.
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  • Very good17%
  • Average11%
  • Poor11%
  • Terrible28%
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Brewers Quay Hope Square, Weymouth DT4 8TR, England
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+44 1305 788274
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Very sad to see how this place has declined over the years. Thankfully one antiques shop left but all of the magic and excitement from several years ago has gone.

Thank HeatherW1988
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were very disappointed as when we went in July 2017 for 3 weeks we found Brewers Quay had been closed and looked very run down

Thank Greenham
Reviewed 24 November 2017

Really nice antique store with friendly people and very large inside with nooks and crannies everywhere from brass, to toys to china and cutlery to almost everything. Visited in June 2017 and it was still open at that time.

Thank SurfingWild
Reviewed 16 October 2017 via mobile

Best seaside town ever. Suitable for young and old. Good food and cracking pubs. Has everything everybody could possibly want. The harbour is fab, Nothe gardens superb and the veaches clean and safe. Loads of places to visit with pkenty for the little ones too...More

Thank hbam3
Reviewed 2 September 2017

Had a wander down here while on holiday in the hope it had gone back in time to its former glory. Oh dear, all closed up apart from the large shop to the right of the main entrance. This shop contains the same car boot/...More

4  Thank Ab2905
Reviewed 18 August 2017

Visited in the past many times. Over the years it has got gradually worse, so no big surprise when visited this year to find it all boarded up and empty, with advertising suggesting what might happen in the future - but even that advertising was...More

Thank Lisa J
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

Went shopping today at the Weymouth Harbour. Walked to the Brewers Quay to visit the many shops again from last Summers visit. All locked up an empty. Was sold and will be made into flats we were told by a local.

3  Thank Larry B
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

Oh dear how a great venue has fallen...after many years holidaying in Weymouth this was one of those must visit places but so much of it has closed...yes the harbour and Tudor House are still worth the visit...the main centre in the old brewery including...More

Thank St4ontour
Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

One star review because whoever is managing the Brewers Quay tripadvisor account is being extraordinarily rude to everyone here. I used to love the Timewalk and Weymouth Museum... shame they're closed.

1  Thank Monopolian
Reviewed 25 July 2017

Based in the old brewery, this is a great place to find interesting vintage and antique products. From furniture to jewellery. Well worth a visit and just a few minutes walk from the harbour.

Thank shaman2017
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SupersevenMelody
31 October 2016|
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Response from BrewersTea | Property representative |
Hi there No sorry
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0805molly
4 June 2015|
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Response from mike e | Property representative |
Hi Molly, All of our traders do change as the units are rented on a monthly basis, when did you last come down to Brewers Quay Emporium? If we can put it to the month will have better luck in finding the trading... More
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